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Scalia died on the night of February 12, 2016 (or morning of February 13, 2016), under very strange circumstances. Did the Hillary have something to do with it?

Under the inconspicuous subject line simply “Thanks,” Podesta writes, “Didn’t think wet works meant pool parties at the Vineyard.”

“Wetworks” or “wet works,” it has been pointed out, is a military euphemism for assassination.

Elmendorf responds with, “I am all in. Sounds like it will be a bad nite, we all need to buckle up and double down.”

The exchange is dated February 9th. Scalia died at Cibolo Creek Ranch on the 12th, just before he was set to potentially overturn Affirmative Action. Despite the suspicious circumstances surrounding his death, Scalia was immediately embalmed within 24 hours of his body being found, no autopsy.Cibolo Creek Ranch just so happens to have a pool and is located near what some say is a vineyard.

Source: New Conspiracy Theory: Does This Email Prove the Clinton Camp Knew Justice Scalia Would Be Murdered? | The Daily Sheeple

For a contrary view, see Snopes. [The Snopes explanation is beset by its own set of issues. How will the supporters of Bernie Sanders feel about their candidate being the target of “assassination” by Hillary, whether or not that term was used in jest? And I thought Hillary had no sense of humor when it came to jokes about this sort of thing — using that as a gauge, this must be a threat, right? Especially considering the running count, now at 33 (34?), known generally as “the Clinton Body Count“?]

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